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What you must know before buying the Nissan LEAF
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  • Demand is strong thanks to attractive lease offers
  • 2015 models have hit, best available incentives are on 2014s
  • Base S trim is the new value buy
  • Available lease bonus cash has been increased this month

Excellent time to buy a new LEAF:

Demand for Nissan’s pioneering LEAF electric vehicle has increased recently thanks to some great special incentives and the continued rollout of high-speed charging stations in major metropolitan areas. Model-year 2015 vehicles have just hit the market, but the nearly identical 2014 is still in greater supply and comes with the best available incentives. Currently, you’ll find 0% APR financing for up to 72 months on the 2014 plus $3,500 in finance bonus cash. In addition, the LEAF is still eligible for the full $7,500 in Federal electric car tax credits, plus extra incentives in certain locales at the state level. Total savings could reach as high as $13,000 in certain states.

New base LEAF S brings pricing down further:

Introduced for the 2013 model year, the new LEAF S base model does without some upscale equipment, but brings pricing down to a much more affordable level. Starting from just $28,980 before any discounts, the S takes slightly longer to charge and does without such niceties as navigation, but can be yours for well under $20,000 thanks to current tax credits and special offers. Who knew EV ownership could be so affordable?

Lease bonus cash has been increased:

Nissan really wants you to lease a new LEAF, upping the level of available lease bonus cash this month on the 2014 model. Thanks to a full $9,425 in lease bonus cash, the LEAF S can be yours for just $199 per month for 36 months with $1,999 due at signing. The new 2015 model still comes with $7,500 in available lease bonus cash for a low monthly payment. Leasing a new LEAF is a great option for those who don’t carry enough tax liability to take full advantage of Federal EV tax credits.

Excellent time to buy a new LEAF:

Demand for Nissan’s pioneering LEAF electric vehicle has increased recently thanks to some great special incentives and the continued rollout of high-speed charging stations in major metropolitan areas. Model-year 2015 vehicles have just hit the market, but the nearly identical 2014 is still in greater supply and comes with the best available incentives. Currently, you’ll find 0% APR financing for up to 72 months on the 2014 plus $3,500 in finance bonus cash. In addition, the LEAF is still eligible for the full $7,500 in Federal electric car tax credits, plus extra incentives in certain locales at the state level. Total savings could reach as high as $13,000 in certain states.

New base LEAF S brings pricing down further:

Introduced for the 2013 model year, the new LEAF S base model does without some upscale equipment, but brings pricing down to a much more affordable level. Starting from just $28,980 before any discounts, the S takes slightly longer to charge and does without such niceties as navigation, but can be yours for well under $20,000 thanks to current tax credits and special offers. Who knew EV ownership could be so affordable?

Lease bonus cash has been increased:

Nissan really wants you to lease a new LEAF, upping the level of available lease bonus cash this month on the 2014 model. Thanks to a full $9,425 in lease bonus cash, the LEAF S can be yours for just $199 per month for 36 months with $1,999 due at signing. The new 2015 model still comes with $7,500 in available lease bonus cash for a low monthly payment. Leasing a new LEAF is a great option for those who don’t carry enough tax liability to take full advantage of Federal EV tax credits.

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Incentives & Rebates by Style

CarsDirect captures all of the Nissan LEAF rebates and incentives, and updates it on a daily basis. Doing research on the latest Nissan LEAF financing incentives is crucial if you want to get the best deal possible. Be sure to check back as manufacturers frequently announce new deals. You can find current specials below. Sometimes Nissan LEAF incentives and rebates can vary by region, so please make sure we have your correct zipcode (98109).

StyleMSRP Available Incentives (Expiration)
2014 S 4dr Hatchback$29,830
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Lease Bonus Cash

Hurry! Offer Expires 7/31/14


Bonus cash available for qualified customers leasing a vehicle through the manufacturer's captive finance company on approved credit. Please check with your CarsDirect Vehicle Specialist or VIP Dealer Partner for complete details.

$9,425 (7/31/14)
2014 SL 4dr Hatchback$35,870
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Lease Bonus Cash

Hurry! Offer Expires 7/31/14


Bonus cash available for qualified customers leasing a vehicle through the manufacturer's captive finance company on approved credit. Please check with your CarsDirect Vehicle Specialist or VIP Dealer Partner for complete details.

$9,700 (7/31/14)
2014 SV 4dr Hatchback$32,850
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Lease Bonus Cash

Hurry! Offer Expires 7/31/14


Bonus cash available for qualified customers leasing a vehicle through the manufacturer's captive finance company on approved credit. Please check with your CarsDirect Vehicle Specialist or VIP Dealer Partner for complete details.

$9,300 (7/31/14)